DW announced the launch of its new Linux-based server, Blackjack Mini server powered by DW Spectrum IPVMS that offer users the power and reliability they have come to expect from Blackjack servers in a simple and compact device designed for remote management.
“One of the great things about the flexibility of DW Spectrum is the ability to manage your system from anywhere via the client software, DW Cloud web interface or the DW Spectrum Mobile app. The new Blackjack Mini takes full advantage of that flexibility by delivering a pure server and recorder experience designed to be managed remotely.” said Mark Espenschied, Director of Marketing, Digital Watchdog.
The server allows you to record locally, function as a centralized monitoring system via DW Spectrum IPVMS server software and manage remotely, from anywhere, any time. The server can record and manage single-sensor IP cameras of any resolution, with maximum 60 Mbps throughput (equivalent to 12 2.1MP/1080p cameras at 30fps).
Manage remotely with DW Spectrum Client or the DW Spectrum Mobile app. The Blackjack Mini is an ideal solution for any small-scale application or for remote locations with a small number of cameras are but no need for local monitoring. The server has a 5 years limited warranty, is ONVIF conformant and is available with 4-20TB HDD.